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The moral and intellectual diversity of races, with particular reference to their respective influence in the civil and political history of mankind / from the French by Count A. De Gobineau; with an analytical introduction and copious historical notes by H. Hotz; to which is added an appendix containing a summary of the latest scientific facts bearing upon the question of unity or plurality of species by J. C. Nott (1856)

Author: Gobineau, Arthur, comte de
Subject: Race relations Civilization Ethnology
Publisher: J. B. Lippincott
Pages: 530
Possible copyright status: public domain
Language: English
Call number: SPEC CB 195 .G55
Digitizing sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation
Book contributor: Auburn University Libraries
Collection: auburnuniversitylibraries; americana


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